Prince George looks seriously adorable in a £39 polo shirt






Katherine Thomas




Prince George looked so cute in her new official portrait, released on Friday to mark her ninth birthday. We love it when the Cambridges dress their kids up in affordable shopping on the high street, and the young royal’s latest outfit is no exception.

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George was pictured beaming in the portrait, taken on a family trip to the beach with his parents Duchess Kate and Prince Williamand his siblings Princess Charlotteseven and four years old Prince Louis. The young royal, who was photographed by his mother the Duchess of Cambridge, was seen wearing a classic blue polo shirt in the stunning image – and it cost just £39.

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Buying cheap is J-Crew and is always in stock in all sizes, and the simple style is so popular it comes in a range of rainbow colours.

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Featuring a cute chest pocket and a button-down collar, it’s crafted from machine-washable cotton.

Prince George beamed in his £39 polo shirt

We are also big fans of this similar style of H&M, which comes in a two-pack and costs just £9.99. You can equip your little ones for the summer for less than ten euros!

Duchess Kate likes to dress her children in affordable clothes, favoring brands such as H&M, Zara and Boden.

Kids short sleeve garment dyed polo shirt, £39, J.Crew

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2-pack cotton polo shirts, £9.99, H&M

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Childrenswear designer Rachel Riley, whose clothes have been worn by Cambridge children, has previously said HELLO! that Duchess Kate has sparked a fashion revolution since the birth of her eldest son, Prince George, in 2013, with mothers now keen to dress their children in more traditional ways.

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She said: “It’s very common these days to see children running around in smocked outfits and classic styles and I would attribute that revival to Prince George and in particular his mother’s choices in terms of how she dressed him when he was little.”

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